Natanas has twenty two releases between 2014 and 2015. This is the abridged essence of that time period and represents my favorite material. All tracks are remixed, remastered, some changed quite a bit. The early tracks retain their original drum tracks unmolested, because the imperfections therein are part of the soul of those releases. The evolution of the sound is tracked herein. Also included is a bonus song recorded for this compilation titled Soul Retrieval featuring Lord Narcissus from Ulfrinn on vocals.
01) Guilt Rotting in the Gut from All Is Permitted 
02) Treachery from Treachery 
03) Transcend from Смертность 
04) Viscosity from Xylophar (Зилофар) 
05) G1 from Ghirelliam (Йиреллиам) 
06) Mutual from Chæphron (Кифрон) 
07) Drift from Splitting the Serpent's Tongue (Natanas / Music Distroyer Split) 
08) Misadventure from Natanas / Ulfrinn Split 
09) Entropic from Entropic 
10) My Sinew Constitutes Desolation from Sodom et Rex Infernum 
11) Don't Let Me Linger from Natanas / Bukavac Split 
12) Useless (Chugger Pump) from Natanas / Vore Split 
13) Two Ounces of Diphenhydramine from Pedicabo eam omnes (bonus track on that release) 
14) Anneliese Wept from Pedicabo eam omnes 
15) Nunc Occidere Me from Pleromic Entrapment / Mustan Roihun Demot (split with Nekroverse) 
16) Choronzon Takes Aim (Sinking Deeper) from Dolor 
17) Soul Retrieval ft Lord Narcissus (bonus) 
released July 17, 2016
Special thanks to my wife Aubry, Dalton, Ribay, Liam, and Bukavac. Also a big shout to all the bands I did splits with in 2015, the labels that released my albums, the men and women in the armed forces, and my brothers and sisters in the oil field.
All instrumentation and vocals performed by Namtaräum, except vocals on Soul Retrieval which were performed by Lord Narcissus of Ulfrinn (lordnarcissus.com), also the vocal track on Anneliese Wept is a sample of an exorcism tape from the 1970s of Anneliese Michel. Recorded in 2014, 2015 at Natanas Studios in Rock Springs, Wyoming.
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Natanas logos by Namtaräum (2014) and Gragoth (2015)